It is not unreasonable to think I will upgrade my bike in the next few months and there are fairly high chances I will go for a custom build, as I always did for the past 16 years. The new 2019 Lyrik RC2 is looking good to me if I go all out and move from 26" to 27.5" or 29". I just saw they are coming with different fork offset. Which one do I want for All-Mountain riding? What I ride is really a mix of everything, from lift-assisted rides with high-speed and technical stuff, to pure XC sections with important pedaling and climbing. From what I understand, greater offset leads to a quicker handling. Based on this, I am thinking that for the riding I do (mix of everything), it would either make sense to: - put a fork with more offset if I go for a slack enduro frame (ex.: Devinci Spartan) to make the bike more lively for the XC parts; - put a fork with smaller offset on an AM frame (ex.: Devinci Troy) to make the bike more stable at speed; Do I get this right? Should I just stop overthinking, suck it up for the climbs and go for the smaller offset no matter what and make sure sure my rips as much as possible for the fun parts? Thanks!